A blog discussing C.S. Forester's novel, The General, and it's relation to the events, people and ideas prominent before, during, and after the First World War.
Thursday, November 10, 2005
Stoicism can be Dangerous!
I've found this article on the BBC website that says "traditional British stoicism is a public health problem in terms of Alzheimer's disease." I think it adds another dimension to the Curzon we see at the beginning of The General, "when the memory of the war is fading" (4).